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Drake spoofs American Ninja Warrior on SNL

Drake assumed the role of former NFL player Akbar Gbajabiamila while hosting Saturday Night Live in a hilarious 'American Ninja Warrior' skit. Drake, who also shaved his beard, went bald for the skit.Drake revisited his feud with Meek Mill and reused the beat from Back to Back to destroy the rest of the cast on diss tracks. (Warning: video contains some profane language.)
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May 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Former Raider earns commendation from LACC for role in hit-and-run arrest

Former Oakland Raiders defensive end Akbar Gbajabiamila was awarded a commendation from the Los Angeles City Council Wednesday after he helped police track down a hit-and-run suspect in a car accident last year.According to NBC 4, Gbajabiamila was a bystander on June 5, 2015 when a car struck motorcycle police officer Hank Colebrooke, throwing Colebrooke 50 feet from the bike. The...
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May 13, 2016  |  Discuss
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